It's an album that combines Pan.a.ce.a's growth and maturity with major hooks and significant replay value. Andy Rajan, music critic for Wonka Vision Magazine, says it is " a musical masterpiece filled with dynamic vocals, rock-steady beats and guitar melodies strong enough to make rockers worldwide smile." And Cash Box Magazine's Christopher Adams writes that "We the Broken is the best independent rock album I have heard this year." All 13 tracks were produced by Bret Alexander of The Badlees. Three songs, including the singles "Too Little Too Late" and "We the Broken," were co-produced by Breaking Benjamin guitarist Aaron Fink. Regional radio has already played several songs from the album, now the rest of the country is a getting a taste with the current single at rock radio, the title cut, "We the Broken." The Active Rock format is beginning to embrace Pan.a.ce.a with regular rotation and specialty show airplay on stations large and small across the country. Back home, the band has just released Bare Bones, an EP that features six songs selected by the fans.
Individuals voted online for their favorite songs from the group's existing catalog and the winning tunes were then recorded in an acoustic format. One new song, "Don't Walk Away," was included along with a beautiful cover of U2's "All I Want Is You." Bare Bones was intended to be a special project for the band's existing fan base and sold only at live shows, but after the label heard it they knew it was too good to keep quiet. The recording was released by Susquehanna Entertainment on September 21st. "Don't Walk Away" is now getting a healthy amount of local airplay, and an "electric" version has been recorded and released as a digital single. Read more on Last.fm.
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